Quinton Lucas has so far not publicly commented on the nuptials.
The report found Rep. Rick Roeber’s conduct could be subject to criminal charges and that the state’s child welfare system had failed his children.
The Opportunity Trust has been involved in the Normandy school district.
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The budget item coincides with similar efforts to expand school offerings in the state.
State’s hands-off approach to smaller concentrated animal feeding operations is taking a toll on the environment, critics say.
Starting next month, the state will launch a $5 million ad campaign to urge residents to get the vaccine.
U.S. District Judge Stephen R. Clark has already cited the pending rule in recent weeks when refusing lawyers' requests to seal documents.
Republican candidates for U.S. Senate in 2022 are all expected to seek Trump’s endorsement.
State lawyers accused active north St. Louis County lawyers of not being a charitable organization at all.
Domestic abuse victims could protect their dogs and cats from being used as leverage.
The proposal also lifts limits on when liquor and beer can be sold on Sunday.
The city of Charleston, in southeast Missouri, has agreed to the payment following the 2017 death of Tory Sanders while in custody.
The remarkable action played out briefly on the House floor on Thursday.
The so-called "Wayfair tax" has been adopted by 48 other states
Nearby landowners had organized to stop the proposed operation.
The proposal depends on whether other states and the federal government agree to the change.
Larry Milton ran on a platform that called for doing away with the requirement.
Opponents say the change isn’t fair to school districts that have more costs than charter schools.
The measure passed 128-14, and now moves to the Senate.